Sally Hilton

Sally HIlton (Photo by Andrew Herygers/NCC staff)

Sally Hilton is the Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) Nova Scotia conservation coordinator. Sally trained as a planning technician at the College of Geographic Sciences in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia. She has held diverse positions as a cartographer of the Nova Scotia Coastal Water Trail, a land management technician for the regional municipality of Wood Buffalo, Alberta, and a land agent for CanACRE in Ontario, where she worked on land acquisition for wind turbines and other large projects. Sally is happy and proud to be back in her home province leading securement projects to grow nature reserves throughout Nova Scotia.